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This evangelical ministry is dedicated to Roman Catholics who desire to know how to be saved. It is our sincere desire to proclaim to you the Good News of Jesus Christ, because the Gospel is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes.

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Gospel e-Letter

July 2015

Christ Died for Us

An evangelistic tract reassures the reader (who is presumed to be unsaved) that “God loves you so much he gave his only begotten Son, Jesus, to bear your sin and die in your place.” A Bible verse, 2 Corinthians 5:21, is quoted to support that statement:

“For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.”

Does this scripture prove the point? Can an unrepentant sinner say, “God loves me”, and ignore the fact that the Bible says that God hates all evildoers (Psalm 5:5). Can the unbelieving sinner say, “Since Christ died in my place to take away my sin, I am free from guilt and punishment!” Can he ignore Jesus’ warning to unbelievers that if they remain in that state they will die in their sins? (John 8:21, 24).

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